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Four Lost Battles

Duration : 4h Numbers of players : 2 Age : 14+ Language : EN
Condition : New Reference : OSG213
Four Lost Battles
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  • Four Lost Battles

Four Lost Battles covers the Autumn Campaign, August-September, 1813.
Update of the 2005 edition, with new maps.

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Quadrigame of the Dresden Campaign: August-September 1813.

This game uses the Universal Card Deck included in Napoleon's Wheel.

Battles covered,
GROSSBEEREN: To the Gates of Berlin, 23 August
KATZBACH: A Perilous Passage, 26 August
KULM: Enfilade in the Mountains, 29-30 August
DENNEWITZ: Collapse in the North, 6 September

After the defeats of Grossgörschen (May 2nd, 1813) and Bautzen (May 20th, 21st) the Prussian King and the Crown Prince of Sweden met at Trachenberg on July 9th. At July 12th they agreed together with Russia and (later) Austria on a Allied strategy to overhelm Napoleon by avoiding him in person on the battlefield and fight his subordinates only.

After winning a great victory at Dresden early in the Autumn Campaign (August 26th/ 27th, 1813), Napoleon saw his chances for victory gradually slip away in four lost battles over a two-week period. All four battles had been fought by his subordinates, showing the effect of a "Fabian strategy". The whole campaign was over in two weeks. By Sept. 6th, a battle in or near Leipzig was certain, leading into the Battle of Nations (October 16th-19th, 1813) around Leipzig.

GAME SYSTEM:
Series: The Library of Napoleonic Battles (OSG) - formerly known as the "Napoleon's Last Battles (NLB-)Series"
- scale = 480m/hex,
- time = 1hour/GT,
- strength = 500-800 men/SP.

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